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Tuesday, February 11, 2014

BAC's Saturday Speaker Series is proud to feature a reading and book signing event for local author, Geri G. Taylor's newest novel, The Kitchen Dance

Local Author is Finalist in “Author of the Year” Competition




BAC's Saturday Speaker Series is proud to feature a reading and book signing event for local author, Geri G. Taylor's newest novel, The Kitchen Dance on February 22 from 2-4 pm at the Gallery Fine Art Center, 2151 Airline Drive, Suite 1200. 

Geri G. Taylor is a finalist in the Internet’s largest social media competition with her debut novel, The Kitchen Dance 


MARSocial, in conjunction with Keeran Vaani Creations International Film Producers, is a competition that is run by authors for the benefit of all the authors who enter. Excerpts of the participants’ book are shared via friends, family and followers on social media throughout the competition. Geri G. Taylor, of Ruston, LA, submitted an excerpt from her debut novel, The Kitchen Dance; a slice of fiction with a serving of mystery, a side order of suspense, a dash of crime and an extra helping of romance for dessert. Her entry can be found at 
http://marsocial.com/docs/marsocials-author-of-the-year-competition-the-kitchen-dance-g2taylor/
 
In the final stages of the competition; authors’ chapter excerpts are being tweeted to millions of followers around the world in hopes to claim the coveted Ephraim Prize. On February 1st the winner will announced and they could have the chance to have their work turned into a film adaptation by Keeran Vaani Creations.
 
According to founder of the competition, Joseph Ephraim or “Cap’n Joe” as he is known online, “Our Aim is to give all our Marzian authors who enter this competition as much maximum exposure via the large social media networking sites as we possibly can.”
 
“I have really enjoyed being a part of this contest. It is the only competition I know where you get to meet (via social media), converse and support your competitors, This altruistic community has truly benefited me as a writer,” says author, Geri G. Taylor. For more information regarding The Kitchen Dance, please visit 
http://www.g2taylor.com.

For more information on the Gallery Fine Art Center, the Bossier Arts Council, Geri Taylor or the Saturday Speaker Series please contact us at (318)741-8310 or check out our website at www.bossierarts.org

The Gallery Fine Art Center is a project of the Bossier Arts Council and is made possible by the generous donations of Meredith Hamrick, Sharon and Ken McGivney, Marcy Everett and The Airline Plaza.

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